Licenses & Certifications
OH License, LMFT, LICSW, LICSW, LMHC, LPCC, LPC, LCSW
Years of Experience
Day, Evening, 5 days/week
About this Company
Millions struggle secretly with food and body image. Recovery is possible.
Our organization provides personalized eating disorder treatment for teens, young adults, and adults. We offer comprehensive psychological, nutritional, medical and psychiatric care at multiple locations across the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, Duluth, MN, Spokane, WA, South Sound (Lacey), WA and Seattle, WA, Pittsburgh, PA, and Cleveland, OH.
We have everything an individual and family may need—with care that’s warm, welcoming, and works for you. Treatment options range from periodic outpatient appointments to residential care at our 24/7 residential facilities in Cleveland, OH and St. Paul, MN.
We offer help with a variety of treatment for eating disorders, exercise, and body image issues, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, compulsive overeating, binge eating disorder and eating disorder, and related mental health issues.
Required skills & experience:
• Current license in the state of employment required (LP, LPCC, LMFT, LICSW, LMHC)
• Individual & family psychotherapy experience required
• Will consider a new grad if they have their license, but prefer at least 1 year of experience
• Must have valid driver’s license in the state of employment
• Current Basic Life Support certification required (American Heart Association) within 14 days from date of hire
• DBT experience preferred
• Specialized knowledge and training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy and Maudsley Family-Based Treatment is preferred
• Specialized knowledge and training in assessment and treatment of eating disorders is strongly preferred
What you need to know:
•The Intake Therapist will conduct client assessments during their first in-person interaction with TEP in order to develop an individualized treatment plan for the client. •This position is full time 80 hrs every two weeks Day/Evening schedule.
• Conduct client assessments in order to determine an individualized treatment plan
• Maintain ongoing knowledge of intake demand at assigned site
• Maintains clinical records in compliance with The Emily Program policies and regulatory standards
• Maintains and enhances knowledge of current clinical practice, strategies, and developments through participation in his or her professional organization; attending related seminars, workshops, and conferences; and reviewing the literature
• Serve as the clinical point of contact for new clients until matched with an outpatient team, which may include brief therapy interventions